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Civil Engineering is the basic and most sought after professional engineering discipline that deals with the design, construction and maintenance of the physical and naturally available environment. It includes design, construction and maintenance of essential infrastructural facilities such as bridges, roads, canals, dams and buildings. Civil Engineering practices take place at all levels i.e., in the public sector from municipal to national government and in the private sector from individual homeowners to international companies.
The department was established in 2003 with the objective to impart the quality education in the field of Civil Engineering. The Civil Engineering department of Hindustan College of Science & Technology possesses a team of well qualified and experienced faculty and staff members. The department has been well equipped with state of art machinery and equipment for providing the laboratory intensive knowledge.
To become a leading department in the field of Civil engineering and create competent professionals in emerging are as to meet global challenges.
- To nurture civil engineers with technical skill and ethical values to serve society and the nation.
- To promote innovation in eco-sustainable construction technologies to face ever-evolving challenges.
- To serve the construction industry through the dissemination of knowledge and emerging technologies.
Graduates are expected to attain Program specific outcome within three to four years after the graduation. Following PSOs of Department of Civil Engineering have been laid down.
- Inculcating in students technical competencies to design and build civil engineering-based systems in the context of environmental, economical, and societal requirements.
PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOS)
Program Educational Objectives are broad statements that describe the career and professional accomplishments that the program is preparing students to achieve.
- To impart students with a sound knowledge in the mathematics, basic science and engineering fundamentals necessary to formulate, solve and analyze engineering problems.
- To provide important job related skills such as communications, Leadership skills,Teamwork skills by experience of working in a team.
- To develop commitment and eagerness for lifelong continuous learning needed for a successful professional career.
PROGRAMME OUTCOMES (POS)
- Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science and fundamentals of Electronics & Communication Engineering to solve engineering problems.
- Identify, formulate and analyse complex problems in the field of Civil Engineering using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering.
- Design and develop methods and processes to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, manufacturing, and sustainability.
- Design and conduct experiments using research based knowledge and analyse and interpret data to provide valid conclusions.
- Use the concepts, techniques and modern engineering tools necessary for prediction, modelling and design of an engineering system.
- Understand and assess the issues related to society, safety, health and culture and the consequent responsibilities of professional engineering practice.
- Demonstrate the understanding and knowledge of the impact of engineering solutions in societal and environmental context in order to have sustainable development.
- Understand and apply ethical principles and responsibilities towards professional engineering practice.
- Understand individual and team responsibilities to be able to become a member or leader in diverse and multidisciplinary teams.
- Design and prepare reports and deliver effective presentations by learning oral, verbal and written communication skills to be able to communicate effectively on engineering activities with the engineering community and society at large.
- Understand the engineering and management principles and apply them to manage projects in multidisciplinary environments.
- Recognize the need for and engage in life-long learning in the context of technological change.
The aim of the department is to produce quality engineers in the various disciplines of Civil Engineering to meet the challenges by providing sustainable infrastructure development. The department takes the efforts to make the students employable through either getting the jobs in government, public sector and private sector or to work as an entrepreneur. The efforts include interaction with industries, consultancy work, site visits and industrial tours, value-added programs and training courses. The academic activates of the department emphasize deep understanding of fundamental principle and development of creative ability to handle challenges of Civil Engineering. In the previous years, the department has produced many university rankers including two gold- medalists in Civil Engineering discipline. Number of alumni’s are well placed in government, public sector and private sector in India and abroad.
Assistant Professor & HOD
Faculty and Staff
- B.Tech in Civil Engineering
STAAD.Pro is one of the most widely used structural analysis and designs of software products worldwide. In this course students learns about the analysis and design of all types of structural projects from plants, buildings, and bridges to towers, tunnels, metro stations, water/wastewater treatment plants and more. It grows their professional skills as per the Industry requirement to achieve his dream job.
ARCGIS/ ARCGIS PRO
ArcGIS is modern mapping software used to work on Geo spatial Analysis, Geo mapping, digital mapping, Geoprocessing, data visualization widely used in Civil and Environmental Enginering. This course enables students to learn and enhance the skills for various mapping tasks in Civil Engineering. It grows their professional career in field of Remote Sensing and GIS.
MOOCs (Massive Open Online Course) are courses delivered online and accessible to all for free. In the present time, the department (As per AICTE guidelines) included many of the important MOOC courses (SWAYAM- NPTEL Courses) in the curriculum.
Geostudio is one of the leading software in the field of Geotechnical Engineering / soil mechanics. In this one can analyze and simulate the soils various conditions in the field and environment. This can work on seepage, stress, slope stability, earthquake, temp and CTRAN etc.
CAD Lab of this department was established for computer-aided courses. This lab is to primarily facilitate students to evolve concepts and convert them into a complete product as per requirement. The lab covers various latest versions of software like AutoCAD (for engineering drawings) STAAD-Pro (Structural Analysis and Design), Water Gems & Sewer Gems (for designing water supply and sewerage systems), Arc GIS & Q-GIS (for digital mapping). It also covers working on Project Planning and Management software like Primavera & MS Project.
The Transportation Engineering Laboratory is well equipped with instruments related to highway material testing and Traffic studies. The list of some of the experiments that can be conducted in the transportation engineering laboratory are as follows- Aggregate Test, Crushing Test, Impact Test, Los Angeles Abrasion Test, Flakiness and Elongation Index Test, Bitumen Tests, Penetration Test, Softening Test, Viscosity Test, Flash and Fire Point Test, Ductility Test.
FLUID MECHANICS AND HYDRAULICS LAB
This lab has basic fluid mechanics set-up. The lab is equipped with different flow measuring set-ups such as Venturimeter, Orifice-plate, Pitot tube, Rotometer etc., where students can visualize the basic theory of how the flow meter works. The lab also has Reynolds setup, free-forced vortices setup, flow over open channel and impact of jet set-up, where students can fortify their theoretical knowledge. Hydraulics engineering is concerned with the flow and conveyance of fluids, principally water.
STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS LAB
The structural analysis lab is well equipped and helps to understand the practical behaviour of the physical structural elements like beams, arches, column and struts etc. The list of apparatus, which are being used for conducting experiments in the Structural analysis laboratory are as follows – Elastic properties of deflected beam apparatus, Elastically coupled beam apparatus, Apparatus for verification of Clark’s Maxwell reciprocal theorem, Two hinged arch apparatus, Curved member apparatus, Redundant joint apparatus, Unsymmetrical bending apparatus, Three hinged arch apparatus, Column and Strut apparatus.
ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING LAB
The Environmental engineering lab facilitates the students to understand the practical aspects of environmental engineering involved in water supply engineering. In this lab various instruments like fluoride content with multi-parameter, Dissolved oxygen Multi-parameter, BOD Incubator & COD Meter, Particulate matter in air with HVAS, Level of noise pollution with noise meter, pH of water with pH meter, Turbidity of water with multi-parameter are placed. With the help of following instruments various tests are conducted which are as follows – BOD of Sewage water, COD of sewage water, Level of Dissolved Oxygen in water and waste water, Turbidity Determination in water and waste water, Determination of Fluoride Content in water, Determination of pH of Water and waste water, Determination Level of Noise, Determination of Particulate Matter in Air.
SURVEYING AND GEOINFORMATICS LAB
The Surveying Laboratory is well equipped with instruments for measuring distances: vertical and horizontal, bearings: compass and elevation: automatic level. The measurements taken by these equipment are used for setting out highway and railway curves, performing levelling surveys, calculating the height of structures and for applying corrections to geodetic observations. The major equipment in our laboratory includes: Chain, Tape, Theodolites: Vernier, Electronic, Automatic Level, Plane Table and its Accessories, Ranging Rod, Levelling Staff, Plumb Bob, Pegs, tripods and other accessories. The Geoinformatics Laboratory is well equipped with modern surveying equipment for measuring distances, angles: vertical, horizontal and coordinates. The lab also consists of equipment used for performing measurements related to area, volume calculation and interpretation of aerial photographs and satellite images to extract information for decision making. The major instruments in our laboratory includes: Total Station, Hand held GPS, Mirror stereoscopes, Prism, Ranging Rod, Plumb Bob, Pegs, tripods and other accessories.
GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING LAB
The Geotechnical engineering lab facilitates the students to understand the practical aspects of soil mechanics and foundation engineering. The lab is well equipped with instruments and machines to handle various tests like Specific Gravity, water content, grain size analysis consistency limits, permeability, OMC, MDD, Shear Strength of soil, which are conducted with the help of the following instruments- Pycnometer, Oven, Casagrande Apparatus, Standard Proctor Apparatus, Constant & Falling Head Permeameter, IS Sieves & Hydrometer, Direct Shear Apparatus, Triaxial Shear Apparatus, Sand Replacement & Core cutter Apparatus, Standard Penetration Test Apparatus.
MATERIAL TESTING AND CONCRETE LAB
Concrete Technology lab is well equipped with the state of art equipment, and deals with: Testing of Bricks, Testing of ingredients of Concrete i.e. Cement, Fine Aggregate, Coarse Aggregate, Test on Fresh Concrete (Workability in terms of Slump and Compaction Factor), Test on Hardened Concrete (Compressive and Flexural Strength), Non Destructive Testing of Hardened Concrete: Rebound Hammer, Ultra Sonic Pulse Velocity.
NON DESTRUCTIVE TESTING LAB
This lab is established in 2019 in Civil Engineering Department as being initiates by the AKTU in the Final Year syllabus. In this lab testing has been done by equipments without destroying the material or structure. These NDT tests has been done on the concrete, mortar, steel structure and reinforcements.
Classes of Civil Engineering Department runs on the 2nd floor. It has well equipped classrooms with audio systems, projectors, and can comfortably seat upto 75 students. The classrooms have space enough to conduct some in-class group activities to enhance student interaction and confidence levels
|Faculty Name||Achievement Type||Achievement Year||Short Description||Organization|
|Saket Bihari||Patent Filed||2022||“Method of developing sustainable concrete incorporating coal bottom ash to mitigate carbon footprints” Application No- 202211071423, Date of Filing- 11/12/2022||Indian Patent Office|
|Saket Bihari||Faculty development Programmes||2022||Sustainable Practices in Civil Engineering||Amity University|
|Saket Bihari||Certification||2021||NGP-DST Winter School on Geospatial Technologies (Level 1)||Multidisciplinary Center for Geoinformatics, Delhi Technological University, New Delhi, India|
|Saket Bihari||Faculty development Programmes||2021||Role of Academic Leadership in meeting Institutional Chalanges||Hindustan Institute of Management & Computer Studies|
|Saket Bihari||International Conference Paper||2020||Green building assessment using the IGBC and GRIHA rating techniques: International Conference on “Innovation and Opportunities in Chemical Engineering for Sustainable Environment and Energy”||RBS College Agra|
|Saket Bihari||International Conference Paper||2019||Saket Bihari, V. K Gupta, R.K Upadhyay “Green Building Solutions For a green Future” ICGTCERCH 2019 Nov 28-29||RBS College Agra|
|Saket Bihari||Faculty development Programmes||2018||Environmental Management and Smart Cities||Hindustan College of Science and Technology|
|Saket Bihari||Best Teacher||2016||Awarded as best teacher by SGI||HCST|
|Saket Bihari||GATE Rank||2005||All India Rank in GATE is 28th (Engg. Science)||NIT Patna|
|Kuldeep||certification||2017||FDP101x certification on Foundation program in ICT for Education||IIT Bombay|
|Kuldeep||certification||2017||FDP201x certification on Pedagogy for Online and Blended Teaching- Learning Process||IIT Bombay|
|Kuldeep||certification||2019||MOOC certification in Cartography||ESRI|
|Kuldeep||certification||2019||MOOC certification in Going places with Spatial Analysis||ESRI|
|Kuldeep||certification||2020||NPTEL certification in Hydraulic Engineering||NPTEL|
|Rohit Maurya||Membership||2022||Professional Engineer of Institution of Engineers of India (P.Eng.)- PE7005629||IEI, India|
|Rohit Maurya||Patent Filed||2022||“A Machine Learning Based Technique for Detecting Quality of Concrete Mixture” Application No- 202241009068, Date of Filing- 21/02/2022||Indian Patent Office|
|Rohit Maurya||Patent Filed||2022||“A System to Predict the Occurrence of Cracks on Walls by Analysing the Concreter Mixture Using Machine Learning Techniques” Application No- 202241014162, Date of Filing- 16/03/2022||Indian Patent Office|
|Rohit Maurya||Patent Filed||2022||“Method of developing sustainable concrete incorporating coal bottom ash to mitigate carbon footprints” Application No- 202211071423, Date of Filing- 11/12/2022||Indian Patent Office|
|Rohit Maurya||Patent Filed||2022||“To develop insulating brick by waste agro materials” Application No- 202211058648, Date of Filing- 13/10/2022||Indian Patent Office|
|Rohit Maurya||Award||2021||Awarded the certificate as Primary Evalutor for exceptional contribution in Toycathon 2021 organized by MOE, MSME, MIB, MCI, MEIC||AICTE and MOE|
|Rohit Maurya||Training||2021||participated in the four days “International Virtual Short-Term Course on Futuristic Prospects of Geo-environmental and Geotechnical Issues of Coal Mine Overburden and Mine Tailings” conducted during 15 to 18 March 2021. Sponsored by SPARC, MHRD, GOI and organized by IIT ((Dhanbad) and UIC, USA.||IIT Dhanbad and UIC, USA|
|Rohit Maurya||Training||2021||Participated and completed the ‘NGP-DST Winter School on Geospatial Technologies (Level 1) conducted from 15 Nov. to 9 Dec. by Multidisciplinary Centre for Geoinformatics, Delhi Technological University, New Delhi, India and supported by National Geospatial Program-Department of Science and Technology, Government of India, New Delhi.||DTU, Delhi|
|Rohit Maurya||Training||2021||Successfully qualified One week (Online) Short Term Training Programme on “Water Quality Complication, Restoration and Environmental Conservation of Existing Water Bodies” Module-I (2nd Aug to 7th Aug 2021) sponsored by AICTE, New Delhi and organized by Civil Engineering Department, IPS Academy, Institute of Engineering and Science, Indore.||IPS Academy, Indore|
|Rohit Maurya||Training||2021||Participated and completed AICTE Sponsored Online Short-Term Training Programme (STTP) under Quality Improvement Program on “Environmental Modelling and Practices” during 21st – 26th Dec 2021 organized by the Department of Civil Engineering, MITS, Gwalior (Autonomous).||MITS, Gwalior|
|Rohit Maurya||FDP||2021||Participated in 6 days ENVIRO WEBTALKS 2021 International Environmental Engineering Webinar Series held during 17 to 22 May 2021, organized by school of engineering, Lovely Professional University, Punjab.||LPU, Punjab|
|Rohit Maurya||FDP||2021||Participated in 6 days WEBSTRUCT- International Structural Engineering Webinar Series held during 21 to 26 June 2021, organized by school of engineering, Lovely Professional University, Punjab||LPU, Punjab|
|Rohit Maurya||Patent Filed||2021||“An IOT Based Industrial Waste Management Monitoring Techniques” Application No- 202141059421, Date of Filing- 20/12/2021||Indian Patent Office|
|Rohit Maurya||Copyright||2021||Title of The Work: Divine Description of Therom Link: https://www.copyright.gov.in/CopyrightROC_Details.aspx?DiaryNo=14149/2021-CO/A&RocNo=A-139221/2021||Registrar of Copyrights|
|Rohit Maurya||Faculty Development Programmes||2021||Faculty Development Programmes, “Role of Academic Leadership in Meeting Institutional Challenges”. Organized by Hindustan Institute of Management & Computer Studies Farah, Mathura sponsored by AKTU 10-14 Feb 2021||HIMCS, Farah Mathura|
|Rohit Maurya||Membership||2021||Member of Institution of Engineering and Technology (MIET), UK||IET, UK|
|Rohit Maurya||STTP||2020||Participated in three days online short-term course on “Recent Developments in Concrete and Assessment of RCC Structures”, Organized by Civil Engineering Department, Rajasthan Technical University, Kota as part of the TEQIP III Twinning activity with Construction Engineering Department, Jadavpur University, Kolkata.||Rajasthan Technical University, Kota|
|Rohit Maurya||Training||2020||Participated in One Week online STTP on “BRIDGE ENGINEERING: Design, Execution, and Maintenance & Rehabilitation”, Organized by the Department of Civil Engineering, Sinhgad College of Engineering, Pune, and Indian Institution of Bridge Engineers Pune, on 13th to 17th July 2020.||Sinhgad College of Engineering, Pune|
|Rohit Maurya||Training||2020||Participated in One Week online STTP on “Post Covid Challenges in Infrastructural and Environmental Engineering”, organized by Department of Civil Engineering, Pillai HOC College of Engineering and Technology, Rasayani from 8th June to 12th June 2020.||Pillai HOC College of Engineering and Technology, Rasayani|
|Rohit Maurya||Training||2020||Participated and completed “21 days online GIS training in QGIS”, conducted by the Department of Geography, School of Earth Sciences, Central University of Karnataka, India, jointly with State Institute of Urban Development, Karnataka, India from 13.7.2020 to 2.8.2020.||Central University of Karnataka, India|
|Rohit Maurya||Lecture Series||2020||Participated in Three-day Lecture series on “35th Indian Engineering Congress” organized by Civil Engineering Division, Institution of Engineers of India, Lucknow 18-20 Dec 2020.||IEI, India|
|Rohit Maurya||STTP||2020||Participated in One Week Online Short-Term Training Programme on “Post Covid Challenges in Infrastructural and Environmental Engineering” organized by Department of Civil Engineering, Pillai HOC College of Engineering and Technology, Rasayani from 8th June to 12th June 2020.||Pillai HOC College of Engineering and Technology, Rasayani|
|Rohit Maurya||Membership||2020||Associate Member of Institution of Engineers (India) (AMIE)||IEI, India|
|Rohit Maurya||Copyright||2020||Copyright a work titled “THE COGNIZANCE OF THE SYSTEMS IN CONSCIOUS” with Registration Number : L-91978/2020||Registrar of Copyrights|
|Rohit Maurya||STTP||2020||Participated and completed AICTE Sponsored Online Short-Term Training Programme (STTP) on “Advances in Finite Element Method for Industry & Research Applications” during 3rd – 8th August 2020 organized by the Department of Civil Engineering, Vasavi College of Engineering (Autonomous), Hyderabad.||Vasavi College of Engineering (Autonomous), Hyderabad.|
|Rohit Maurya||E-FDP||2020||Participated in 5 days International Faculty Development Programme on “Advanced Research||ITS|
|Methods: Enabling Quality Research Publication” organized by Institute of Technology and|
|Science from 30th June to 4th July 2020.|
|Rohit Maurya||E-FDP||2020||Participated in One Week Indo-Russian Faculty Development Programme on “Advancements||IES, Indore and IPS Academy|
|in Earthquake Engineering” organized by RGPV, under TEQIPIII in association with Civil|
|Engineering Department of IPS Academy, Institute of Engineering & Science, Indore.|
|Rohit Maurya||E-conference||2020||Participated in four day International Conference on “Eradication of Biological and Chemical||MIT World Peace University, Pune|
|Weapons” on 23rd to 26th June 2020.|
|Rohit Maurya||E-Learning Content||2020||Developed E-learning content in the form for Video lecture and website for study material.||YouTube and Google sites|
|Rohit Maurya||Self-Sponsored Project||2019||Effect of Carbon Nano Particles in Conventional Brick strength. A self-financed project by third year students of civil engineering deptt.||HCST|
|Rohit Maurya||International Conference||2019||Rohit Maurya, “A Short Conspectus on Climate Change and Its Effects on Water Resource and Agriculture” , International Conference on Innovative Entrepreneurship and Start-up -2017 on Role of Genetics Epigenetics, Environment and Nutrition Towards Plant Animal and Human health under climate change (GEENPAHH-2019) February 22-24, 2019 HCST, Agra||HCST|
|Rohit Maurya||Lab Established||2019||Established newly proposed lab in AKTU curriculum for 3rd year civil engineering students “Non Destructive testing Lab”.||HCST|
|Rohit Maurya||Review Book Chapter||2018||Reviewed a book chapter for IGI Global (Hershey, US)||IGI Global Publisher|
|Rohit Maurya||Faculty Development Programmes||2018||Faculty Development Programmes, “Human Values and Professional Ethics level -2”. Hindustan College of Science and Technology from 21/12/2018 to 28/12/2018 8 DAYS||HCST|
|Rohit Maurya||Faculty Development Programmes||2018||Faculty Development Programmes, “MATLAB and Its Applications in Engineering”. Hindustan College of Science and Technology from 04/06/2018 to 09/06/2018 5 DAYS||HCST|
|Rohit Maurya||Faculty Development Programmes||2018||Faculty Development Programmes, “Environmental Management and Smart Cities”. Hindustan College of Science and Technology from 09/06/2018 to 13/06/2018 5 DAYS||HCST|
|Rohit Maurya||National Conference||2018||Shashi Kant Dubey, Rohit Maurya, “Water Quality Status of Yamuna River”, International Journal Of Pure And Applied Research In Engineering And Technology, “Technology Enabling Modernization of Rural India (TMRI- 2018)” Mar 18-19 G. V. S. E. T., Jaipur||VSET , Jaipur|
|Rohit Maurya||Faculty Development Programmes||2018||Faculty Development Programmes, “Entrepreneurship”. Hindustan College of Science and Technology from 04/01/2018 to 15/01/2018 12 DAYS||HCST|
|Rohit Maurya||International Journal Publication||2018||Shashi Kant Dubey, Rohit Maurya, “Water Quality Status of Yamuna River”, International Journal Of Pure And Applied Research In Engineering And Technology, ISSN: 2319-507X Impact Factor: 4.226 IF: 6.814 (SJIF) DOI PREFIX: 10.32357, Page No. : 277-284||HCST|
|Rohit Maurya, Nishu Verma||International Conference||2017||Nishu Verma, Rohit Maurya, “Effect of Major Environmental Issues on Building Materials: A Review”. Two day International Seminar on Sources of Planet Energy, Environmental and Disaster Science: Challenges and Strategies SPEEDS-17 DEC 9-11 SMS, Lucknow Awaited||SMS , Lucknow|
|Rohit Maurya||National Conference||2017||Rohit Maurya, “The Cogizance of Systems in Conscious”. IEEE Sponsored National Systems Conference NSC – 2017 Dec 01-03 DEI, Agra||DEI, Agra|
|Rohit Maurya||Faculty Development Programmes||2017||Faculty Development Programmes, “Human Values and Professional Ethics level -1 refresher”. Hindustan College of Science and Technology from 13/12/2017 to 20/12/2017 8 DAYS||HCST|
|Rohit Maurya||Faculty Development Programmes||2017||Workshop, “Micro Nutrient and Heavy Metal Analysis”. Soil testing Lab of EKO PRO Engineers PVT. Ltd from 05/10/2017 to 04/11/2017 30 Days||EKO PRO Engineers PVT. Ltd|
|Rohit Maurya||Faculty Development Programmes||2017||Short Term Course, “Application of MATLAB in Engineering”. Malviya National Institute of Technology from 20/07/2017 to 24/07/2017 5 DAYS||MNIT, Jaipur|
|Rohit Maurya||Faculty Development Programmes||2017||Faculty Development Programmes, “Human Values and Professional Ethics”. Hindustan College of Science and Technology from 07/06/2017 to 14/06/2017 8 DAYS||HCST|
|Rohit Maurya, Nishu Verma||International Conference||2017||Rohit Maurya, Nishu Verma, “Environmentally Sustainable innovative entrepreneurship A Conspectus”. (P27-31) International Conference on Innovative Entrepreneurship and Start-up -2017 Mar 03-04 KNIT, Sultanpur ISBN: 978-93-86256-55-3||KNIT , Sultanpur|
|Rohit Maurya||International Journal Publication||2016||Shashi Kant Dubey, Rohit Maurya, “Biochemical Treatment of Textile Wastewater”. International Journal for Research in Applied Science and Engineering Technology 2017 (IJRASET) Volume 6, Issue I, ISSN: 2321-9653 I.F- 6.887 IC Value: 45.98 Thomosn Reuters Researcher ID: N-9681- 2016 Crossref – DOI Prefix: 10.22214 Page No. : 266-263||HCST|
|Rohit Maurya||International Conference||2016||Rohit Maurya, Umesh Kumar, “The Study of Hydraulic Conductivity of Soils Added With HDPE Plastic Waste”. Two day International Seminar on Sources of Planet Energy, Environmental and Disaster Science Challenges and Strategies SPEEDS-16 Nov 19-20 SMS, Lucknow ISBN: 978-81-931392-9-5||SMS , Lucknow|
|Rohit Maurya||International Conference||2016||Rohit Maurya, Umesh Kumar, M. K. Gupta, “Hydraulic Conductivity for Silty Soil Added With Plastic Wastes”. (P157-161) Two day International Conference on Emerging Trends in Civil Engineering ICETCE-16 Oct 21-22 KNIT, Sultanpur ISBN 978-93-86256-07-2||KNIT , Sultanpur|
|Rohit Maurya||International Conference||2016||Aparna Verma, Rohit Maurya, B. N Rai, “Role of Geo-synthetics In Rural Roads”. (P180-182) Two day International Conference on Emerging Trends in Civil Engineering ICETCE-16 Oct 21-22 KNIT, Sultanpur ISBN 978-93-86256-07-2||KNIT , Sultanpur|
|Rohit Maurya||National Conference||2016||Rohit Maurya, Shubhendu Vikram Singh, “Recent Trends in Blast Resistant Construction”. All India Seminar on “Innovative Building Materials and Technology for Sustainable Constructions” BMTSC-16 Aug 22-23 IEI, Lucknow||IEI, Lucknow|
|Rohit Maurya||National Conference||2016||Shubhendu Vikram Singh, Rohit Maurya, “Spatial Distribution of Physical and Chemical Parameters of Water in Lucknow District”. All India Seminar on “Innovative Building Materials and Technology for Sustainable Constructions” BMTSC-16 Aug 22-23 IEI, Lucknow||IEI, Lucknow|
|Rohit Maurya||International Journal Publication||2016||Rohit Maurya, Anoopsingh Chandel, Umesh Kumar, “Comparative Study of Various Soils upon Addition of Different Materials on the Basis of Hydraulic Conductivity Parameter”. (Page 107-111) International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology (IJERT) Vol. 5 Issue 05, May-2016 ISSN 2278-0181 I.F- 2.85 Crossref – DOI Prefix: 10.17577 Page 107-111||KNIT , Sultanpur|
|Rohit Maurya||Faculty Development Programmes||2016||“Disaster Management & Mitigation Measures”. Kamla Nehru Institute of Technology from 26/04/2016 to 30/04/2016 5 DAYS||KNIT , Sultanpur|
|Rohit Maurya||National Conference||2016||Rohit Maurya, N.k. Saxena, Anupam Varma, “Conspectus on Influence of Seismic and Dynamic Loading in Soil- Structure Interaction with Various Recent Studies”. Two day National conference on Recent Trends in Engineering and Technology COLLOQUY 2016 Mar 12-13 BIT, Gorakhpur||BIT, Gorakhpur|
|Rohit Maurya||International Journal Publication||2016||Anoopsingh Chandel, Rohit Maurya, Umesh Kumar, “A Conspectus on Serviceability of Coir Fibres in Civil Engineering” (P357-360) International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications, Volume 6, Issue 1, January 2016 ISSN 2250-3153 I.F- 3.27 ICV: 68.45 Page 357-360||KNIT , Sultanpur|
|Rohit Maurya||International Journal Publication||2015||Rohit Maurya, Umesh Kumar, “Utilization Methods of Polymer Waste in Geotechnical Applications” (Page 1-7) International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications, Volume 5, Issue 10, October 2015 ISSN 2250-3153 I.F- 3.27 ICV: 68.45 Page 1-7||KNIT , Sultanpur|
|Rohit Maurya||Workshop||2015||Methodology Workshops, “GIS Based Development by TEQUIP”. Kamla Nehru Institute of Technology from 18/09/2015 to 19/09/2015 2 DAYS||KNIT , Sultanpur|
|Batch||Achievement Type||Student Name||Short Description|
|2022-23||Academics||Atul Kumar||Selected as flying officer All India Rank 38 in AFCAT|
|2019-20||Sports||Shubham Singh||Long Jump boy – Ist Position At Abdul Kalam sport Fest 2019-20 Agra Zone at Raja Balwant Singh Engineering Technical Campus Agra|
|2019-20||Academics||Depender Dixit||Secured 2nd Rank in AKTU University Examination (2019-2020).|
|2019-20||Academics||MayankUpadhyay||Cleared UPSC Engineering Services exam (2019) and secured 41th all India Rank.|
|2018-19||Sports||ShubhamSingh||Long Jump- 2nd Position at Abdul Kalam Sport Fest 2018 (State Level) at BBDNITM Lucknow.|
|2018-19||Sports||DeveshNauhwar||Kho Kho- Second Position at Dr. Abdul Kalam sport Fest 2018-19 (Zonal level) October 2018 at BSA College Mathura|
|2018-19||Sports||DeveshNauhwar||Volley Ball – Second Position at Dr. Abdul Kalam sport Fest 2018-19 (Zonal level) October 2018 at BSA College Mathura|
|2018-19||Sports||Aadarsh Srivastava||Kho-Kho – Silver; Zonal events, BSA College, Mathura, 2018|
|2018-19||Sports||Shubham Singh||Long Jump – Gold; Football – Golden Boot; Kho-Kho – Silver Zonal events, BSA College, Mathura, 2018|
|2017-18||Sports||PrashantRana||Relay 4×100 m – Gold in State Level, IMS Ghaziabad Feb’2017|
|2017-18||Sports||Palash Singh||Relay 4×400 m – Gold in ; Zonal Sports Event, AEC, Agra, Jan’2017|
|2017-18||Sports||(IIIyear) Students [Abhishek Singh, Abdul Salam Khan], Anup Kumar Sharma (IVyear)||Winning Member of Football Team; Zonal Sports Event, AEC, Agra, Jan’2017|
|2017-18||Sports||Patreesh Srivastava (IIyear), Bhupendra Singh (IVyear)||Winning Member of Basketball Team; Zonal Sports Event, AEC, Agra, Jan’2017|
|2017-18||Sports||Riya Bharti||Gold in Badminton; Zonal Sports Event, AEC, Agra, Jan’2017|
|S.No.||session||Program||Program Name||Date||Organized/Conducted by|
|1||2022-23||Webinar||Enterprenership opportunity in Circular Economy of Waste Management||01st April 2023||Nitin Mishra , Sr. Manager Havels India Ltd.|
|2||2022-23||Webinar||Introduction to Rearch Methodology||03rd April 2023||Dr. Praveen Gupta , Assistant Professor|
|3||2022-23||Guest Lecture||World Environment Day||05th June 2023||Forest Department, Wild Life SOS , Mathura|
|4||2022-23||Seminar||Graphics and Analysis Application in Research Methodology||10th Dec. 2022||Dr. Rakesh Prasad, Assistant Professor|
|5||2021-22||Seminar||Seminar on “Engineering Applications of Remote Sensing, GIS and Geo Informatics”||27-Oct-21||Dr. K.C. Tiwari, Professor, Civil Engineering Department , Delhi Technological University, New Delhi|
|6||2021-22||Event||Smart Idea for Smart City||27th Oct. 2021||Civil and E C Department|
|7||201-22||Seminar||Importance of IPR in Entrepreneurship||14th May 2022||Mr. Kapil Gupta, Associate Professor|
|8||2021-22||Guest Lecture||Earth Day 2022||22nd April 2022||Shri Govind Prasad, (Assistant Conservator Forest)|
Shri Brajesh Singh parmar (Range Forest Officer)
|9||2021-22||Seminar||One day seminar on theme of world water day “Groundwater-making the invisible visible”||22-Mar-22||Shri Rajiv Saxena , Sr. Journalist and Patron Jalandhikar Foundation , Agra|
|10||2019-20||Webinar||Webinar on Cement Manufacturing Process & Basics of Non Structural Defects in concrete||30th May 20||Mr. Sanjeev Upadhyay, B.Tech Civil , PGDMM, AVP Marketing Technical Sercvices Prosm Johnson Limited (Cement Division)|
|11||2019-20||Webinar||Webinar on Ports and Harbour||7-Jun-20||Mr. Anshul Sinha, Assistant, General Manager- Project IMC Limited , Chennai|
|12||2019-20||Guest Lecture||Guest Lecture on “‘Scope of Design for Civil Engineers”||17-08-2019||Er. Amit Tiwari, Llelogix Design , Solution Pvt. Ltd.|
|13||2019-20||Guest Lecture||Carrer option after B.Tech||10th Oct 2019||Mr. Vinod Singh and|
Ms. Garima Tyagi
|14||2017-18||Workshop||One day workshop on “Cement Manufacturing and Concrete mix design”||16-Mar-18||Er. Devendra Awasthi (CSI Heidelberg Cement|
No. of attendees
Name of Organization
Seminar on Water Conservation & Environment
Dr. Anurag Sharma & Team
Students, Academisians ,
Workshop on Environmental Management and Smart Cities
Hindustan College Science and Technology, farah Mathura
Ravindra Kumer (CRRI), Prof. B Bhattacharya (IITD), Prof. Devendra Mohan (IITBHU) and many more.
09/06/2018 to 13/06/2018
“Environmental Management and Smart Cities
Prof. B.K Singh,
Dr. M. A Farooqi,
Dr. Arindam Viswas,
Er. Ajit Fauzdar,
Dr. Krishan Kumar Dhote etc.
|Session||Batch||No. of attendees||Site/ Industry||Faculty|
|2022||2,3,4th Yr||25||Water Works Compound, Krishna Nagar, Mathura||Saket Bihari, Guddu Singh|
|2019-20||4th Yr||24||Water Power Plant (H.P.)||Saket Bihari, Guddu Singh|
|2019-20||3rd Yr||28||RMC Plant (Mathura)||Guddu Singh|
|2018-19||3rd Yr||45||Water Power Plant (H.P.)||Vishnu Chaudhary|
|2018-19||3rd Yr||45||Cement Factory||Guddu Singh|
|2017-18||3rd Yr||56||Bhakra Nagal Dam (H.P.)||Guddu Singh|
|2017-18||3rd Yr||50||Sleeper Factory (Gwaliyor)||Guddu Singh|
|2017-18||3rd Yr||55||Gokul Barrage (Mathura)||Guddu Singh|
A students association has been formed by Civil Engineering students named as “Civil Engineering Students Association”. The purpose of the group is reinforce the learning culture in the department by organising activities such as technical/Non-technical Quizs, Technical/Report writing, online competitions, poster competition, model presention, debate and speech competition, cultural/dancing/singing competitions, indoor/outdoor games and social connect activities. The association is independently run by students of Civil Engineering as per their perpetual interest in the field.
This CESA group has organized many programs in the department to inculcate and generate the core compitencies of Civil Enginering. This regularly engaged in the work according to their interest in the feild and practicality. This organised various programs such as Engineers’ Day, TECHNOTHON (series), Environment Day, Water Day, Online Quiz Competition etc.
Civil Engineering Students Association (CESA)
With the objective of helping students to pursue their hobbies and interests and bring people together, the student clubs are created at the Institute.
Students can unravel their strengths like multitasking, organization skills, team Building skills and leadership skills. The clubs also help in pursuing an old hobby. Networking opportunities are a significant benefit Club members develop bonds among themselves, which help grow their careers.
The founder of club are Mr. AbhinavJaiswal (2003-07) and RajatMaheshwari (2003-07).
The club was formed on date 08.7.2005 the support of Mr. V.K. Gupta (HOD Civil) and Dr. C. L. Malhotra (Dean Academics).
- To gain skills in mobilizing community participation.
- To acquire leadership qualities and democratic attitudes.
- The club aims to develop the critical thinking and speaking skills of the students.
- To form a platform for strengthening industry linkages.
For Club Members
- Club membership is open to all students of Civil Engineering.
- In each academic year, new club committee will be formed at the start of the Odd semester.
- Student can be a committee-member of maximum two clubs. Committee-member should be a registered member of the respective club.
- Committee has to maintain the students’ membership list.
- Chairman and Secretary should report the club status every fortnight to faculty coordinators and seek their guidance as and when necessary.
- Club must handle college resources carefully during all events.
- Club shall complement the mission of the institute and enhance the educational experience for students.
- Committee-members should ensure that all activities are planned and executed in strict accordance of institute rules and regulations, keeping up the brand of HCST.
- Club committee members will be held responsible for actions of the club members, guests and individuals.